Gerard Miller at the helm of a program on politics "only with psys"

One month before the Europeans, the psychoanalyst will animate on LCI, surrounded by four confreres, a program whose mission will be to shed light on the political world.


One month before the Europeans, the psychoanalyst will animate on LCI, surrounded by four confreres, a program whose mission will be to shed light on the political world.

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He is undoubtedly the best-known psychoanalyst, or at least the most popular of France. Gérard Miller, who worked for Michel Drucker or Laurent Ruquier, also hosted his own shows. Today, on LCI, it launches April 28 The couch of the policies , emission of which he presented the concept in the Large newspaper of Philippe Vandel.

Neither journalists nor politicians: only psys

The program which should include four issues before the European elections on Sunday from 17h to 18h, wants to unpublished in its concept: "The basic idea is to do something that has never been done on television: put on a platter only psys (psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, psychologists). " Exit the journalists and the politicians. These psys "eminently recognized by the profession", which will be four in number by emission, will have the mission to "shed light on what we hear, see, live collectively".

No, it will not be a consultation

Each show will focus on three themes. The first issue will focus on "the power and power in place." Emmanuel Macron or the presidential majority will be honored, "says Gerard Miller who for his part never made a secret of having voted Jean-Luc Mélenchon in the last presidential elections (he also co-founded the web TV engaged Le Média in January 2018, ed). And the psychiatrist who juggles between politics and psychoanalysis is keen to point out that he will not exercise his profession on the set: "Psychoanalysis is in a cabinet, in a situation of secrecy."

"Cohn-Bendit is the worst thing in my generation"

In the corridors of LCI, Gerard Miller has every chance to meet another figure in the chain, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, he did not hesitate to treat "disheveled siren of liberalism" in his latest book. "I think that Cohn-Bendit, as nice as it is, since I was able to rub shoulders with him in our relations of young leftists, represents for me what is worse in my generation, that is to say those who really, at one time, resolutely turned their backs, we can grow old, we can change our minds, he really took in macronism a posture that I find absolutely detestable, "says the psychoanalyst.

ref: europe1